UK manufacturing growth picks up in July from a 26-month low in June, but growth remains "near stagnant", a survey suggests.
Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza warns against vengeance and urges calm following the assassination of a senior general on Sunday
Bruce and Butcher at the back? Sheringham and Hasselbaink up front? BBC Sport picks its ultimate Football League Managers XI.
Landlords will be expected to evict tenants who lose the right to live in England under new measures to clamp down on illegal immigration.
The main Athens stock index, the Athex, plunges by 22.87% on Monday as trading resumes after a five-week closure.
Retailers in Northern Ireland defend supermarkets' milk pricing policy after protests by farmers over what they get paid for their product.
Alex and Sue Tatham, who met on the television show Blind Date, have paid tribute to host Cilla Black who has died aged 72.
The UK government does not care about Welsh language broadcasting, First Minister Carwyn Jones says.
The body of a man is found on one of Cardiff's busiest roads, police say.
California firefighters stretched to the limit as they attempt to bring 21 major fires under control across the drought-ridden state.
A 55-year-old man dies from a suspected heart attack while taking part in a "mass participation" RideLondon cycle challenge.
A Syrian warplane crashes in a built-up area of the north-western town of Ariha amid bombing raids, killing 12 people, activists say.
Malaysian officials meet French investigators in Paris before tests are carried out on a wing suspected of being from missing flight MH370.
Jake's Coffee Box, which is said to be the smallest in Birmingham, has opened in a red telephone box.
Eight out of the 10 top-performing schools in England and Wales are selective grammar schools, research by a newspaper group finds.
Money advice costs can be complicated and varied, consumer groups say, as the government opens a review into the sector.
Tom Cruise motors to the top of the US box office with Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation.
The International Olympic Committee will act with "zero tolerance" should allegations of widespread doping in athletics be proven.
Shadow Chancellor Chris Leslie says he would not serve under Jeremy Corbyn, suggesting his policies would not be economically credible.
Shares in Trinity Mirror surge after UK newspaper publisher says it expects to hit its profit forecasts for 2015, as half-year revenues and profits fall.